Consumerist alerts us that paying attention to labels isn’t such a bad idea:
Of all the ridiculous Acai schemes we’ve seen involving overpriced miracle elixirs, Snapple wins hands down — their Acai Blackberry drink is high fructose corn syrup, pear juice, and “natural flavors.”
Water and corn syrup? Great! Basically, not much healthier than drinking a Coke. Remember that just because it says acai, pomegranate, or rhubarb on the label doesn’t mean you’re getting much — if any — of it in the bottle.
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